Cognac Cuvee Trois Quart de Siecle, wooden box, 700 ml
Reviews of purchase Cuvee Trois Quart de Siecle, wooden box, 700 ml
Cognac rich dark walnut color.
The taste of cognac rich, powerful, perfectly balanced, with notes of vanilla and Rance, soft elegant finish.
In a fragrant bouquet of cognac combines notes of vanilla, wood, dried fruits and nuts.
Cognac is the perfect digestif, goes well with a cigar, a slice of lemon and coffee.
Elegant Gift wooden box perfectly underlines the style and personality of the rare cognac "Trois Quart de Siecle".
"Brandy House Tiffon" (Cognac Tiffon SA) - the largest family business in the region of Cognac - was founded in 1875 Mederikom Tiffonom in Jarnac, located on the banks of the Charente River in the heart of the region. In 1913, the granddaughter of the founder - Edith Russo-Tiffon - married a Norwegian Sverre Braastad, who at 20 years of age moved to Jarnac, where his uncle, Halfdan Braastad, worked as a financial manager in "Cognac Bisquit". Sverre Braastad worked there as a sales representative. After World War Sverre leaves "Cognac Bisquit" to open a family business producing cognac. In 1919 he records "Cognac Tiffon SA". In 1946, Sverre buys Chateau de Triac, where justified with his wife and eight children. Until the last days (Sverre lived 100 years and died in 1979), Braastad management company and passed accumulated over many years of experience to their children and grandchildren.
Today the House Tiffon owns 100 hectares of vineyards in the areas of Grande Champagne and Fins Bois, which are grown white grape variety - Ugni Blanc (95%), Colombard (4%) and Folle Blanche (1%). Own Distilleries located in Jarnac and Chateau de Triac, can handle alcohol in 500 hectoliters of wine per day. In addition to its own grapes, raw materials, which are purchased from local growers. In the cellars of cognac house Tiffon are 15,000 barrels with a capacity of 350 liters, made of French oak and Limousin Tronkays. This number aged cognac enough to produce twenty million bottles of cognac.